Screen is quite reflective and not suited to a bright room and picture quality is otherwise lackluster.
Isn't promising the most amazing image quality.
Saving energy is one of the biggest pros of the LG 42PA4500 TV.
'more accurately colored picture'
'Skimpy on inputs (and no PC support).'
'Excellent black levels.'
'helpful "Stunning picture'
'Very deep blacks'
'improved native contrast'
'the picture may appear too dark for viewing.'
'new Tools menu'
'The picture quality from 480i isnt bad, it's slightly soft and shows some graininess.'
'It is tough to find a Plasma TV that performs well in all areas, yet keeping the price affordable.'
'warm, accurate skin tones'
'lends the entire picture depth and pop'
'the TC-P42X1's speakers were pretty loud, but not uncomfortably so--a sign that they're underpowered.'
'The remote control isn’t bad, but it could be a lot better.'
'excellent native contrast ratio'
'super bright panel'
'the colors burst from the screen and refresh rates are very high.'
'It's worth noting, however, that scenes dark enough overall to trigger this loss of contrast are relatively rare, and most dark scenes had plenty of pop.'
'the picture may seem too sharp, too clean.'
'sharpest, smoothest picture possible'
'the difference between resolutions becomes much more difficult to appreciate.'
'very attractive price points'
'The Panasonic TC-P54S2 is a system that looks pretty good initially, but has some troubling issues to surmount.'
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